Bathsheba[bat̸h s̸hē′bə, bat̸h′s̸hi bə]
Origin: Classical Hebrew (language) batsheva, literally , daughter of Sheba, daughter of the oath
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Bathsheba - Cultural Definition
A beautiful woman who attracted King David. To marry her, he sent her husband Uriah to his death in battle. Solomon was her second son by David.